Wall Street Journal: Almost Everyone Would Do Better Under the McCain Health P

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    Can anyone name a media outlet that Rupert Murdoch owns that has not endorsed McCain? Let's see... NYPOST, FauxNews, WSJ....
     
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    HOLY SHIT! the WSJ panning for Mccain!


    HOLY FUCK! Write this date down in history!
     
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    Go ahead and link me something again from MSNBC guys
     
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    McCain's economic advisor Douglas Holtz-Eakin's gaffe: Obama's health care plan better for America | Crooks and Liars


    McCain's economic adviser makes Obama's case for him and against McCain's bogus 5000 dollar tax credit as his health care plan.

    Younger, healthier workers likely wouldn't abandon their company-sponsored plans, said Douglas Holtz-Eakin, McCain's senior economic policy adviser.

    "Why would they leave?" said Holtz-Eakin. "What they are getting from their employer is way better than what they could get with the credit."
     

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